The Codewit Global Network- (C.G.N) is an international charitable organization, which aims to promote youth education, democracy and human rights in Africa and beyond. Its vision is to establish functional literate communities in Africa to bridge the gap between poverty and prosperity. CGN is registered in Finland and Nigeria, with her members spread in all parts of the world. The organization has over 100 chapters and seminars in middle schools, high schools and colleges in Africa.
C.G.N, with its basis of formation to mobilize African authors, journalists, writers and activists around the world to use the power of writing to help bring about change in Africa, has organized several projects and events to help build economically stable and productive societies in African communities.
In 2005, under the umbrella of African Students in Diaspora, it organized the African Students Convention 2005 in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, to address some of the prevalent social, political and economic issues currently facing Africans today.
Codewit Global Network Ry is a charity alliance of Finnish-based nonprofits and their African partners working to help children, families, and communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.
We also promote youth education, democracy and human rights in Africa and beyond by attempting to establish functional literate communities in Africa to bridge the gap between poverty and prosperity.
We believe that sound education would teach people particularly African youths to understand and challenge the present problems in their communities and search for an African solution. We, therefore, use technology in innovative ways to further social change or voice our dissent on the wide range of issues affecting Africa. We believe that mental emancipation is a key foundation for realizing African economic determinism and political freedom.
Together with our members, with their partners on the ground in Africa, touch almost every aspect of the African community. Whether they are collecting and distributing books to school children, introducing medical strategies to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS, or identifying and supporting women’s micro-enterprise projects, Codewit Global Network’s members have one thing in common—a passionate desire to help the people of Africa solve critical problems and build a better future for their children and communities.
We help to close the health care gap in Africa by connecting those western countries who have some of the fairly used equipment that intends to dispose of them. We collect medical and surgical supplies and equipment — crutches, wheelchairs, scalpels, syringes, gloves, antibiotics, beds, exam tables, and more — and deliver them to health care providers in Africa.
Ethos and core beliefs
The Codewit Global Network believes in the power of education - and thus promotes mental emancipation as a key foundation for realizing African economic determinism and political freedom. Although it is an African organization, the Codewit Global Network stresses that its work benefits society as a whole. For example, it is committed to helping all people discover and appreciate Africa's enormous blessings and heritages. To that end, it provides resources, such as its website, free of charge to advance the knowledge of African people. The organization also promotes and facilitates the development of an active inter-related, progressive African community through networking, and electronic technology.
Codewit Global network fights for equal opportunity for all Africans and believed that education is a tool and a key weapon to fight for a new Africa. Since its inception, the Codewit Global network has campaigned and organized educational seminars in Africa on the importance of youth education and used such forum to advance the Youth capacity building, Youth education and empowerment, Youth leadership, etc.
Meet the Team
Our team brings together the brightest minds, working together to transform the world of mental health.
Why? Because people want to know who they're doing business with. It's a human thing.
Mr. Claret is responsible for developing and maintaining CGN's relationships with all types of partner organisations, with a particular focus on Europe and Africa.
Mr. Abisi is a vice president of Codewit Global Network. In this role, he helps create new partnerships and works to ensure sustainable cooperation with existing partners
Naomi is responsible for the strategic development, implementation, measurement and reporting of CGN’s financial and administrative operations
Our members are involved in a wide range of activities that touch the lives of Africans throughout the continent. Most member organizations work at the grassroots level, empowering people to build a better future for their children, families, and communities. You can partner with us to help! We Can't do it without you!